Tag Archive: reviews

Apr 07

Autumn’s Bookshelf: “Redemptive Acts” by Nikki Walker

Cherise was a shy, promising college student until something traumatic happened. In one instant she found herself in a compromising situation and face to face with her attacker. When it seemed like she couldn’t trust anyone else, she found help in the unlikeliest of sources. Redemptive Acts is a story that is as beautiful as …

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Mar 21

Autumn’s Bookshelf: “A Perfect Fit” by Tory Richards

I kept waiting for it to get better… It didn’t.  I believe that great writing begins in the first few pages of a story.  In the first few pages of this story, I was just bored.  I wasn’t looking forward to continuing to read the rest of the novella. The beginning was a bit original, …

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Mar 21

Autumn’s Bookshelf: “Up in Flames” by Tory Richards

Some stories move to tears. Other stories move you to close the book.  While not quite either, Up in Flames just didn’t move me.  I was unimpressed with much of the premise behind the book.  Maybe my expectations are too high for erotic romance authors; however, this book left a lot more to be desired.  …

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Mar 01

Autumn’s Bookshelf: “The Rock” By the Black

“Shemya Air Force Base: It’s not the end of the world, but you can see it from here.” Unknown The Black writes a touching love story of two commissioned military personnel stationed in Alaska. For a romance story, I found it cute, affectionate and warm. As an erotic story it seems to lack sizzle. Maybe …

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Feb 27

Autumn’s Bookshelf: “Journal of an Intelsexual” by ForbiddenLight

For reasons I’ve yet to discover, I need you. I’m aroused on some inexplicable level, just to be in your company. Awkward. Creepy. Kinky. This is for the men who are slaying immortal appetites before the kids are out of school. This is for the men who are performing their lifelong fantasies during lunch break. …

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Nov 02

Autumn’s Bookshelf: Exclusive “22” By Rae Lamar

“Having suffered the loss of her fiancé, cushy job and luxury Midtown Atlanta condo at the height of the U.S. recession, Nina Drake packed up and left the ruins behind to start anew in sunny South Florida. With no life and no friends, Nina settles in and resigns herself to the simple existence of a …

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Oct 31

Autumn’s Bookshelf: “The Cyberkink Sideshow” by Ophidia Cox

Witness for yourself the most depraved exhibition of human sexuality ever permitted on tour. The Cyberkink Sideshow has come to town, and not everyone is prepared to tolerate it on their home turf. After receiving reports of electronic contraband being smuggled in by the sideshow, Constable Sylvia Price goes undercover to investigate. Once part of …

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Oct 24

Autumn’s Bookshelf: “Jason to Jessica” by Starfox Howl

“Jason Ryerson wakes from sleep in a different room and a different body. In the hour after waking up, he learns that he has been a victim twice over, first of a car accident that caused massive injuries to his old body. Secondly, and more devastatingly a victim of the MORFS plague. Jason, now Jessica, …

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Oct 18

Autumn’s Bookshelf: “The Awakening” by Shakir Rashaan

“What goes on in the Palace, stays in the Palace…” The Awakening: Book One of the Chronicles of the Nubian Underworld is a journey inside Atlanta’s African-American Fetish community, and the ties that bind the principle players of this exciting new series. With its twists and turns and surprises along the way, it is sure …

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